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representative for jason wu. can you tell me about the gown? and tell me -- hi, it's alina cho from cnn. okay. she's sending me a description of the gown right now, but it is jason wu. this is -- anderson, i have to tell you, i'm shocked. this is remarkable. that four years later, she would choose jason wu again. she looked radiant in that red gown. i have been speaking, as you might imagine, to many designers about this. and what is interesting is actually when i was putting my piece together and talking about the process of selecting the gown, i, of course, naturally reached out to jason wu personally and to his representatives. and i was told in no uncertain terms that this time around, jason actually didn't want to speak about the process and what it has meant to him. and so i guess now we know why. it is an extraordinary decision on the first lady's part. a little surprising, i have to say, but as also, the first lady does look beautiful. and i have to say, as a woman who has bangs, i like the new haircut as well. >> you did interview jason recently. and my understanding is that the firs
wore a jason wu dress as she did four years ago? >> i was gobsmacked. she has a tendency to spread the love around. one of the things that is distinctive about her is that she hasn't settled in with one designer and become associated with one brand. what she did for him was really quite extraordinary. she elevated him from near anonymity into a household name. in some ways, i think it was a bit of a safer choice because there is so much pressure on an inaugural gown to be this extraordinarily symbolic dress. i think she felt comfortable going back to someone who had done right by her. >> earlier in the day she had worn a dress and a coat by thom browne and has probably changed the arc of his career. >> if i was gobsmacked by jason wu, i was stunned by browne. he really comes from the men's wear part of the business. the stuff that he puts on the runway is incredibly high concept. it is out there. >> fashion forward as they say. >> out there. >> out there. >> that's the technical term for it. the fact that she could, or her emissary could decipher that and find the real clothes in t
on to the next item. >> item number five work plans and goals and objectives for 2013. >> okay. we have jason fried who will present. >> thank you. jied jason fried brief staff. we had a meeting and went over six items that the commissioners brought up and a item from the public and since then we got an eighth item to look at from a supervisor's office and working with supervisor avalos we looked at what is good. the first one started out as appointment to commissions. in discussions with supervisor avalos there was interest to expand that and possibly turn this not just appointments to commissions but how -- when elected positions become open how does the process look compared to other jurisdictions and places around the country? so we expanded that topic. that is something that can be done in house by staff on this. the next item was jobs in the tech sector. after further discussion with supervisor avalos who brought this item up it was determined maybe hold off on this and revisit it in the future if something new comes up on that subject. >> i believe supervisor kim on the board o
? >> and much jason mattera tries to question gun control hypocrite michael bloomberg, instead he ends up being trailed by the security detail. the bizarre tape, we'll play it for you as "hannity" continues tonight. >> and welcome back to "hannity." now, last week we watched as president barack obama delivered his inaugural address. as you know came at a time when his administration happens to be engaged on an assault on the second amendment and rights of law-abiding americans and seems that trampling on your rights to keep and bear arms isn't enough for this president, no, now he's setting his sights higher. what's his next target? according to the anointed one, failed for the economy and failed for radical extremism abroad and some dared to speak out against his agenda. in an interview with the new republic magazine, blames fox news and rush limbaugh for the gridlock in washington d.c. quote, i don't think the issue is whether or not there are people of goodwill in either party that want to get something done. i think what we really have to do is change some of the incentive structures so th
you very much. jason freed and tradition with lafco i tried to make all of the meetings the fourth friday of the month and with some exceptions and there is a break in august and then for november and december because of the holidays we try and combine one meeting at the beginning of december and we normally -- there are only two board supervisor meetings then so this is the friday that falls between the board meeting and the final adaption to that fourth friday is in may and it leads into a three day weekend where we have monday off we don't meet that friday and move it up one week so in may the meeting is the third friday rather than the fourth friday so that's the schedule as we traditionally did it. i put down the dates to make sure there are no major issues and if accepted by the body it will be the calendar for next year. >> thank you. i don't know colleagues if you had a question and i had a question mr. fried or ms. miller one of the things we know for sure that will have to happen is we will have to have a number of joint meetings with san francisco public utilities comm
some hearty souls on the plaza braving another cold day. mostly jason kennedy. jason kennedy's fan club. so nice of them. >> aren't they sweet to have shown up. >> inside studio 1a, i'm willie geist along with savannah and natalie morales and jason joining us, from "e." >>> hillary clinton on capitol hill testify before the panel about the benghazi attacks, on an afternoon, highly charged from both sides and the questioners and hillary clinton herself. let's watch. >> i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag draped caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arm around the mothers an fathers, sisters and brothers and sons and daughters and lives left alone to raise their children. >> so obviously, getting emotional there, talking about the families and people who didn't come home, the four of them, also fired up at certain times, some people have zeroed in on the emotion, probably should be more focused on the content of hearings and people asking questions not just of hillary clinton but public figures what it means to cry in public, whether or not that's a good
for the wins -- twins. he's expected to be the leadoff hitter and joins jason weather and harper as one of the toughest -- jason werth and harper as one of the tough of the in the league and this is his reaction to the trade. >> and this reaction, i was torn a bit. i was in minnesota for a long time and so i was a little bit, you know, surreal to be living there. come i heard i was coming to washington and knew about the season it had last year, definitely perked up and quick perked up and got excited. >> now, what is good about him, where's a true center fielder and bryce harper doesn't have to play center field. he can move to his position and had jason werth in right field. that is triple trouble for a lot of teams. >> they're set up to be in good position? >> very good position and could be about ther than the teams last year. >> knock on wood. >> at least on paper. >>> coming up, are you ready for next week's super bowl? the big easy is. a rundown of the prep work going in to the big of the party in sports. we'll be right back with that. [ male announcer ] verizon fios is the faste
. jason pugh is here. and jason, kind of as expected, they were a little rusty. >> i said earlier today they might not look the way you want them to look right now. but i think -- towards the end of the season, though, i think this team will be where they truly want to be. with the 48-game season, it's a sprint, not a marathon to the playoffs. no team in the nhl wants to get off to a slow start and the capitals are no different. in a high-scoring contest tonight in tampa, it was the caps who didn't have enough fire power in the end. alex ovechkin getting set for this game. there's his first-year head coach, adam oaks. lining up 3-2, loses it, the turnover and fires off the pads. and volski is there to clean up the mess. we're tied at 3. later in the third, still tied at 3. capitals with two men in the penalty box. st. luis, second goal in the game. lightning take a 4-3 lead. they add two more goals. they go on to win this one 6-3. >>> tonight, adam oaks suffered his first loss as caps' head coach. >>> moving on to the diamond, it's been a very sad day in the baseball world. two legends
. ♪ >>> this guy is taking us on a tour of a train car, but the crazy part is -- >> that it's in jason's ba basement. >> yep. and he built it himself, all aboard the basement train, "right this minute." >>> and tom makes a call to a local pizza place pretending to be an act. >> surveillance park. can i get some food? >> surveillance park. can isofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. >>> a couple of videos from two different parts of the world showing things on the highway. first, 401 in toronto where, of course, it's snowy and gray. you're looking at an army of snow plows careering the road. >> at first you see this one line. then an entire new line comes in right behind them. here comes more. >> geez. they're clearing the whole six-lane highway. they r
want some actual perspective on this. well, a bit of it comes from the kansas city base writer jason whitlock, with whom i do not always agree but today said it so well that we may as well just quote or paraphrase from the end of his article. our current gun culture ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy. but here is what i believe. if belcher didn't possess a gun, they would both be alive today. >> the attacks from the right were fast and furious. >> bob costas based on the standards of our society today deserves to be fired for these remarks. >> how come costas gets to express his opinion during half-time of sunday night football? the answer is simple because that's the opinion of his bosses. he gets to express the opinion because they're with nbc. >> let's go back to early december. belcher of the kansas city chiefs kill himself and his girlfriend. you decide to use your half-time commentary to address it. did any part of you say maybe i shouldn't get into this? >> yes. not because i didn't think it was an appropriate subject. had it involved
knew you had it. this was the magic. >> plus we had jason as well. >> jason come to-- and we would know him as jason, as a kid. john's son. but you know, with one rehearsal we all knew he was jason, the man who was really tearing at the bid. he had so much enthusiasm to-- and there was such a will between all of us to really make this,to not say to make it work, it was work, but to make it even better than that. >> and everybody in the world knew it. so why did you not take that zeppelin on tour? >> what you know about led zip lynn is your interviewing us now. you interview lots of people, they are interesting shows. but you have to be creative and imaginative and move on. an i think the great essence of led zeppelin is the creativity and imagination that develop with each project. and a project is a project. it's not just going back and visiting the past. it's moving forward. and i think that we don't, i don't see us being a stadium acker, whatever it is going round and round, making everybody feel great playing the hits or whatever they are. i hear that is part of a big picture of wha
's back. >> it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> we're in the beginning of the second term, jason wu's second term. over the pan of 18 minutes, president obama made his vision of his second term crystal clear, making mentions of past civil rights struggles on that martin luther king day, seneca falls, selma, stonewall and laying out his vision for the future, advancing gay rights, tolerance toward illegal immigrants, social welfare programs and stopping climate change. dan loathian was there watching it all with us. dan, friend and foe alike have been calling this a muscular speech. >> reporter: it really was according to those who got a chance to witness the speech. the president delivering his remarks in a much more different climate than he faced four years ago when you had two wars, there was the economic crisis. this time, the president laid out a progressive agenda for the next four years. and so it began, the second inaugural ceremony of president obama, part campaign speech, part lecture, a confident president obama appeared comfortable in his skin. >> my fellow americans, we're made
and natalie on their way to join savannah in los angeles. michelle beedle, jason kennedy is joivening us this morning. savannah has been reporting from out there all morning. >> it's getting exciting around here. you're starting to feel the energy build. in a couple of moments we'll see how all of our picks compared to your picks at home when we're talking about the big races. will "lincoln" get the expected big haul or will "silver linings playbook" pull it off? >> just what they wear to the awards show will influence fashion. we all love fashion. offspring influence baby names to the offbeat fashion. celebrity baby names, blu ivy i think is a hit. that's still in style. the big question, what should the royals name their baby? >> frank. >> frank? >> very good ring to it. >> you have to say it like michelle. frank. could you see kate middleton, frank. >> kathy, bill and frank. >> perfect. like it. >>> little later on, the name is the easy part. as they get older, there are other big decisions to be made, such as when they start dating. we'll have a panel of moms chew over some of the to
's likely to get done in the next four years? so, do you recognize yourself, jason, in that? >> the public says that the-- their expectations for the next four years are much lower than they were the first time. which i guess is understandable given the second term presidents, that usually happens. what your expectations for a second term. >> socialized medicine is expensive so expect obama to aggressively try and fund his first term agenda in the second term and that means, raising more revenue, more tax hikes. i think that people who make around $100,000 are really rich. you've got to go where the money is and looking for him to hit the middle class with more tax hikes in the second term. i think a top priority. >> paul: he's got to find the money somewhere to get to do this. dan, what about the theory or what you're hearing from liberals and cheering it, no more mr. nice guy. the president is going to take on republicans, way too compromising in the the first term, not that i recognize that president, but that's the line that they're taking and so, look,er erhe's going to put them in th
ruby red gown by jason wu. this was the ball for the military. >> i have no greater honor than being your commander in chief. >> reporter: it had been an obama family day, malia and sasha, dad and mom. as america paid tribute. an inaugural parade that showed off the nation's talent and diversity. >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear -- >> reporter: the president's ceremonial swearing-in, witnessed by as many as a million people. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> reporter: mr. obama urged cooperation, rare now in washington, to cut health care costs and the deficit. >> but we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. >> reporter: we can make progress, he said, on immigration, gay rights, climate change and school safety. a night to remember for the obamas and for the nation that re-elected the president. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >>> president obama never used the words "democrat" or "republican" in his second in
'm fat jon: i didn't say that. let's go out to jason jones. he is covering things from the conservative side. jason >> thank you, jon. the clear loser today, american values. i think that the america that i grew up... >> jon: jason, you're canadian. let me finish. that i grew up above. that america is gone. i don't care for this new b-b-b-bangs american. men can marry men. single women can get health insurance on preexisting conditions. what's next? polygamy and dread locks? where does it end >> jon: you're representing that viewpoint with rue mcclanahan's look? >> this is nancy reagan. how could you not have known that? rue wore floral print. >> i have to break in here jon: al this is an attack on a beautiful woman and one of her... one of my very dear friends michelle obama. you know what? i will not stand for it. >> madrigal campaign emails isn't friendship, pal >> shut up, nancy. not just campaign emails. we talk all the time on the phone, facebook. we've been close for three years after meeting on twitter. >> (laughing) oh, my god. jon: al, have you actually met the first lady in p
on the business network. as well as reason.com and reason .tv contributor. stossel. and if -- and it is jason kenner. my repulsive -- sidekick, bill schulz. it is matt welch. and he is a big old liar. he would love to set on fire. good to see you, pincho. >> so today david carr writes, quote, for the time being, the sky over traditional media is blue and it is raining green. have the clouds been full of anything for you lately intern, porch? >> ♪ it raining men ♪ hallelujah ♪ it's raining men >> fun fact, porch that was written by one paul schaefer. it makes you wonder. >> i thought he was married. >> so is greg gutfeld. so is greg gutfeld. >> good po nie t. >> this is a fox news alert from america's news m rue. i am andy levy. shocking news out of brazil where a cat has been arrested after being caught attempting to struggle contraband into a prison. he was caught crossing into the main gate with a cell phone, earphones, drill bits and a file taped to his body. a prison spokesperson says they have no leads at this time as the cat has refused to talk. although the cat is white they refu
jason trawick, calling it quits, after nearly four years. britney said in a statement to "people" magazine, quote, jason and i have decided to call off our engagement. i'll always adore him and we will remain great friends. jason adding, as this chapter ends for us, a new one begins. i love and cherish her and her boys. and we will be close forever. >> britney spears and jason, they're very private. you'll probably never know what went wrong in their relationship. >> i think you are great. >> reporter: britney's breakup bombshell comes on the same day she announced she is leaving her role as judge on "the x factor." tmz also reports, trawick, who was once spears' agent, has been removed as her co-conservator, which gave him control over her finances, nutrition, clothing and medical decisions. ♪ i can't take no more >> when you mix business with pleasure, especially with a high-profile celebrity like britney spears, that can be really taxing. >> reporter: nearly five years after spears' infamous breakdown, it appeared her relationship with trawick brought stability. there were n
memorable white own by jason puu..overnight, the designer me to thaa moment. wherr she e walkkd out. i mean i was scream that's me!so....who wiil be the lucky one four years later? shh's done in keeping it a previous administtations, the whileetherr was always interest in what the ffrst lady wore, theee was never ptis kind of red carpet moment. sources close to he procees say wwattstarted out as a 200designer field for the inaugural own has now designers who ave a shot at worldwiie fame.so ho are they? liiely a new york-based designer and quite possibly ooe that issemerging verrus establishee.around thanksgiving designers submit sketchhs...of those chosen garments areemade...there aae the gowns are actually ngss.. shuttled back and forth bbtween new yorr ann d-c betteen fittings.and because these designers don'thave direct access to the first lady they have mannequins ade in her likeness that liveeinn would compare ittto dressing anne hathaway at the olden globes, but i would saa it's more like if you dress every globes. t'' that much exposure.by ooe estimate a singll appearance by tte
for the first lady by a 30-year-old named jason wu. he was once just a little boy growing up in taiwan. he was not like the other kids. his family was traditional. his parents understood that geniuses rarely like everyone else. >> i begged my mother to get my a sewing machine. so she got me one for christmas. i think having parents who understood that was a blessing. it is a blessing. because otherwise i probably would have just become a misunderstood child. >> reporter: he was 9 when he moved to canada, learning english by reading fashion magazines, and he must have created baffled looks when his first two words in english were the name of a super model. >> stephanie seymour. >> reporter: and then four years ago, the brand new designer took a chance, he sent a dress to the unusual woman about to become first lady. >> i looked up every single photo of her and i really studied her posture, her preferences. >> reporter: he spent hour after hour trying to capture who she was. he knew she moved like an athlete so the dress had to move. it was white and she was young, so it was studded with sur
[ female announcer ] today, jason is here to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong all day long sinus and headache relief. >>good afternoon. >>winning pick3 0,0,0 it could add up to lots winning pick4 4,9,53 mega millions 12 million dollars. have a wonderful afternoon. time for sports. the blackhawks have played 12- and- a- half- percent of the shortened n-h-l season, and they've already made history. the hawks hosting detroit in the second game of a back- to back. it's scoreless early in the first with the hawks on a power play.nbrent seabrook to duncan keith for his first goal of the season. detroit would tie it though, and in overtime.nviktor st
into the playoffs. jason has that story straight ahead we'll wet your appetite for new years live by taking a quick look back at the biggest sports moments of 2012. >>> thousands of people are expected to celebrate the new year at six flags discovery kingdom in vallejo! you're looking at a live picture. we're counting down to the new year kron4's catherine heenan and gary radnich is hosting new years live right here on kron4. starting in a few minutes. >> welcome back. as the 49ers beat the cardinals, 27-pertained. m thes went to michael crabtree. 27-13. franknted his place in history. 81 touchdowns. and minutes after the niners had victory, the wait and see mode. >> players need to rest their minds, will rest their bodies. they will have today, tomorrow and wednesday and we will ask them and suggest and nearly incest to stay close. >> right now, things are well but we need to take advantage of those opportunities. >> a likely scenario is that if there will be hosting green bay. the raiders, on the heels of a truly miserable season. fired some of their coaches. offensive coordinator knapp was let t
base in new mexico, instructor major jason teaches this new generation of pilots. adam zero three, loud and clear. narrator: the stakes are high when operational so they begin on video simulators. he invents practice scenarios programmed using x-box video game controllers. adam zero nine from viking zero one, you are cleared hot. stuff that we can't do in the real plane, i can do anything here. the world's whatever i want it to be. student: three, two, one, rifle. jason: it's a controlled environment and we really want them to learn here so that when they do go operational, you know they've already made all those mistakes. student uh, pilot, it doesn't look like i ever turned the laser on so i don't know where the missile went. jason: how did that happen? if that would have happened in the real world, that would be a really, really bad day. narrator: unlike fighter pilots who train for a minimum of two years remote pilots learn to fly their increasingly automated drones in less than one. cummings: the faa did a study recently that showed that pilots with real
. with more, brian westberry, the chief economist at first trust advisers. i'm going to start with you, jason. what are the president's new ideas? >> ha-ha, on jobs? i don't think he has many new ideas. i don't think job creation is much of a priority. the jobs council was set up after the midterm election in 2010. the party took a pounding,mented to show the american people he was concerned about the unemployment rate, but i think his social policy agenda is more important. obamacare, alternative fuels, that sort of thing. remember this is a president who looks favorably on the european welfare model, welfare state model where double digit unemployment is the norm. lower productivity, double digit unemployment, that's the price for cradle to grave entitlement programs. he's looking for a new normal here in the united states. get used to unemployment and higher government spending. gerri: what do you think of of t the the council recommended? lowering taxes, corporate taxes, ensure people have opportunity. what did you think of those ideas? were they good? >> well, you know, i didn't look at
of 2009 jason benson was arrested for driving drunk and jailed and he was an alcoholic and homeless. when his car was impounded, he no longer had a place to live because he'd been living out of his car. here he was in little town where he'd never been, where he knew no one, he had no place to stay. a local church secured a hotel room for jason and it was in those days when the spirit of our big town touched him. jason told us that he realized his life of self-indull jenls was really just leading to self-destruction, so instead of just cleaning up and clearing out, jason decided to open a homeless center in this underserved rural community. working with an established local community nonprofit leader, jason was able to secure 501-c-3 status for the shelter, and after his dui arrest he opened the doors to the s.a.l.t. organization, an emergency overnight center. it stands for simply achieving life's triumphs. since their opening it has expanded to two buildings. both centers have a shower, they have a kitchen. they have bedding and hygiene products, nurses from nearby hospitals volunteer an
term. mrs. obama revealing she had chosen jason wu yet again to design the inaugural gown. next, the inaugural ball, where 30,000 people expected to attend. this inaugural ball follows on a tradition started in 2009 to open up these events to every-day americans. a ticket cost as little as $60 and got people an amazing lineup to entertainers ♪ obama on fire >> reporter: alisha keys tweaked a rendition of her famous song. brad paisley brought the country. ♪ >> reporter: and stevie wonder rocked down the house, while jamie fox serenaded the bidens. ♪ i can't stop loving you ♪ >> there was also a special performance by mexico's hottest rock band. >> i'm here with mena, whippers of multiple grammies and latin grammys, amlex, you have supported president obama. so many hispanic americans came out for him. why do you think that happened? >> it's very easy. obama and the democrats had the best option for the latinos. immigration reform on the table. the dream act. latino -- the latinos here in the united states are so powerful, and their voice needs to be heard. they need to be
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